Kudos to Miss World Philippines Michelle Dee for winning her Head-to-Head match against Miss Turkey Simay Rasimoğlu. She is now guaranteed a spot in the Top 40 during the Miss World 2019 Finals this coming Saturday.
The nine (9) other ladies who made it are:
Trinidad & Tobago
Let’s keep on cheering for Michelle!
#MissWorldPhilippines2019 #MissWorld2019 #michelledee
Some people are saying that it will be an uphill climb for Miss World Philippines 2018 Katarina Rodriguez to reach the very top in tonight’s Miss World 2018 Finals in Sanya, China. This especially after her setbacks in the important Beauty With a Purpose and Head-to-Head Challenge segments.
I say that our Queen has done so much to bring pride to the Philippines in the competition. Whether it be recognized or not by the judges and/or the organization, it’s all up to destiny and a dash of good luck. I know that she’s still in the zone of winning (or placing well at the very least).
#FTW – For the World and For The Win #ForThePhilippines #KatarinaRodriguez
Photo credits: Rapyu Photography and Kevin Cayuca
Watch Julia Morley below as she defends the Miss World pageant on “Good Morning Britain”.
Kudos to Miss World – Philippines Katarina Rodriguez for topping Group 4 of the Miss World 2018 Head-to-Head Challenge.
Onwards to the second round now where she will face Miss Venezuela!
The nineteen (19) others who topped their respective groups are:
Group 1: Mauritius
Group 2: France
Group 3: Venezuela
Group 5: Nigeria
Group 6: Bangladesh
Group 7: Chile
Group 8: Lebanon
Group 9: Malaysia
Group 10: Guadeloupe
Group 11: Myanmar
Group 12: India
Group 13: Nepal
Group 14: Singapore
Group 15: Thailand
Group 16: Bulgaria
Group 17: Mexico
Group 18: Trinidad and Tobago
Group 19: Argentina
Group 20: Uganda
Katja wore a Rosenthal Tee during the announcement.
In the same event, Miss World 2013 Megan Young was reunited with Miss World – Philippines 2018 Katarina Rodriguez during the Miss World 2018 Charity Gala Dinner where it was announced that our bet topped Group 4 and entered the 2nd Round of the Head-To-Head Challenge.
Below is the video of the Group 4 Head-to-Head Challenge for Miss World 2018 with Miss Philippines Katarina Rodriguez and the delegates from Equatorial Guinea, Iceland, Senegal, Norway and Guyana.
Now here is how you can help Katja advance to Round 2 in this segment of the competition.
Remember, November 28 (6pm Sanya time) is the deadline for voting through the four ways stated above.
Miss Philippines Katarina Rodriguez is part of Group #4 in the Miss World 2018 Head-to-Head Challenge along with Erna Alexandra Olafsdottir of Iceland, Ambika Ramraj of Guyana, Silvia Adjomo Ndong of Equatorial Guinea, Madelen Michelsen of Norway and Aissatou Filly of Senegal.
So just so you know how the Head-to-Head Challenge will work this year:
The Miss World 2018 Head-to-Head Challenge which returns for its second year with a brand new format.
Presented by Frankie Cena (right photo), the Head-to-Head Challenge is an exclusive and in depth look at every single Miss World national champion. The global audience will have the power to choose their favourite who will advance to the second level of the Head-to-Head Challenge.
In stage two, the winners from each group will face off against another contestant to earn their place in the Miss World #Final30. In this section the contestants will show their skills as an advocate for their “Beauty with a Purpose” project.
Let’s watch out for the Group 4 Head-to-Head Challenge soon!